Keeping analytics do-able

By Mark Nichols, The Open University (UK) When it comes to successful interventions and solutions in education, it seems they’re either incredibly simple or diabolically expensive. Of course, sometimes the incredibly simple only takes you so far before you really need something diabolically expensive. I suspect, though, that in online learning we sometimes go straight …

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Exploring the application of alternative digital platforms and digital tools

By Naomi Ryan & Susan Hopkins University of Southern Queensland (USQ), Open Access College (OAC) lecturers Naomi Ryan and Susan Hopkins have been exploring the application of alternative digital platforms and digital tools in pre-tertiary teaching: “The negative aspects of social media have been in the news a great deal recently, for example with Facebook …

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Reflections on ASCILITE’s Community Mentoring Program

By Helen Farley University of Southern Queensland Recently, as ASCILITE Executives, Mark Northover and I were tasked with taking over ASCILITE’s Community Mentoring Program from Sue Gregory, ASCILITE’s Vice President. Sue has continued to do an amazing job for a number of years but with each passing month, she’s taking on more and more and …

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Welcome to the New TELall Blog

By Dominique Parrish, ASCILITE President Welcome to the newest ASCILITE initiative the TELall blog. This is a forum to engage with others about issues, topics, theories and research in regard to the use of digital technologies in tertiary learning and teaching.   Everyone is welcome to connect and share articles so please join us in making …

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